4 Men Charged in Migrants' Murders
Posted November 24, 1997 12:00 a.m. EST
MORRISVILLE — Four men are scheduled to appear in court today on charges they shot two migrant workers to death last week during an apparent robbery.
The victims, Fernando N. Perez, 20, and Valentin Suniga, 44, were at their mobile home in western Wake County when the robbery took place.
Those charged are Montrease Tameal Miles, 20, of 3524 Misty River Drive, Raleigh; Jamie Antwon Mitchell, 19, of 4605 Craig Road, Apex; Gregory Robinson Jr., 23, of 6112 Heath Hawkins Ct, Willow Springs; and Jonathan Russell Robinson, 24, of 1326 Wicklow Ct, Apt. E, Cary. The Robinsons are brothers.
Police said they recovered property belonging to the victims when they arrested the suspects.
The slayings occurred at 6750 Good Hope Church Road, near the Carpenter community west of Cary. Their bodies were discovered by their fellow workers.
The suspects are currently being held in the Wake County jail.